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The $1 billion Ventura CountyCredit Union in Ventura, Calif.,
Clapp as vice president of risk management. Clappis responsiblefor assessing andmitigating risks,and establishingpolicies and procedures to support the credit union’s continuedgrowth and success. She bringsmore than three decades of riskmanagement experience to herrole at VCCU. Most recently, sheworked as an executive consultantfor a variety of fintech companies,credit unions and rating agencies.
She has also held risk management positions with Bank of theWest, Citigroup and GE Capital.
The $1.1 billion One NevadaCredit Union in Las Vegas hired
as vice presidentof mortgage lending. He will overseethe credit union’smortgage lending activities, direct all facets ofthe mortgage lifecycle and implement new technology solutions.
Humphrey has been an executivein the banking industry for nearly 25 years. Prior to joining OneNevada, he was vice president ofmortgage lending for the $1.5 billion iQ Credit Union in Vancouver,Wash., vice president of mortgagelending/sales and servicing forthe $3.4 billion UNIFY FinancialCredit Union in Torrance, Calif.,and led Wells Fargo’s mortgageoperations team as vice presidentand regional mortgage fulfillmentoperations manager for retailbanking.
The $3.2 billion Royal Credit Union in EauClaire, Wis., hiredtwo new teammembers.
ey) Noone was
hired as vice presi-
dent – business lending man-
ager. He is responsible for estab-
lishing, leading and executing
the strategic initiative for busi-
ness lending at Royal. Noone is
assuming the role following the
retirement of David Thoe. Noone
has over 20 years of business
banking experience, and is a for-
mer business owner, non-profit
founder and Certified Treasury
Denise Wright was hired asregional director of branch operations. In this role,she is responsiblefor leading andsupporting Royalbranch managersin the Metro communities to meetthe needs of members while providing an exceptionalexperience. Wright began working for Royal in 2019 as a branchmanager in the Edina, Minn., office and brings over 11 years of experience in the financial industry.
The $800 million, Lansing,Mich.-based LAFCU appointed
Kelli EllsworthEtchison as itsfirst chief diversity officer. Shewill also continueas LAFCU’s chiefmarketing officer,a position she hasheld since 2015.
As chief diversityofficer, Ellsworth Etchison is responsible for the credit union’sdiversity and inclusion program,policies and goals. She has morethan 35 years of experience inthe credit union industry and hasbeen with LAFCU for more than30 years. In addition, she is a commissioner and serves as secretaryfor the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Commission of Mid-Michigan,and was recently appointed to thestudy committee for the City ofEast Lansing Independent PoliceOversight Commission.
The $662 mil-
lion, Flint, Mich.-
Plus Credit Union
Kippe as vice
president of mort-
gage lending. In
this role, she is re-
sponsible for establishing, leading
and executing the credit union’s
strategic mortgage lending initia-
tives. Kippe has nearly three de-
cades of leadership experience in
the banking industry. She is also
an affiliate member of the East
Central Association of Realtors,
member of the Michigan Mort-
gage Lenders Association, affiliate
member of the Women’s Council
of Realtors, and board chair for lo-
cal nonprofit Metro Community
Gail DeBoer, president/CEOfor the $1 billion Cobalt CreditUnion in Papillion,Neb., announcedher retirement effective Jan. 4, 2021after 32 years ofservice with thecredit union. DeBoer held severalpositions at Cobaltbefore becomingpresident/CEO in 2007, and hasbeen active in civic and community organizations. Alan Stol-tenberg, Cobalt’s former chieflending officer, will succeed DeBoer and serve as EVP until herretirement.
Veridian CreditUnion ($4.79 billion, Waterloo,Iowa) promoted
Amanda Ott to theposition of integration analyst II. Otthas worked at Veridian for 14 yearsand previouslyserved as a project manager.
The Maine Credit Union Leagueand its technology solutions provider, Synergent,welcomed EliseBaldacci back tothe organizationas SVP of policy.
Baldacci previously worked forthe League as vicepresident of governmental affairsbefore leaving to work in stategovernment for the past two years.
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